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riOP.viNSVILtE KJC JXC&.AN OCTOBER 31
ifime Card No. 124
irfffertive Sunday April 30. 1911
TRAINS OOINO SOUTH.
, 93 C. & N 0. Lira. 11:10- p.
-tie M -St. L. Rxptw 6:36 c
Ja, 95.Dixie Flyr, 9:01 b. m
-jf0 65 Hopklnsvillo Ac. 7:W
(fa. ,53 St. L. Fast Mail 5:88 . '
A TRAINS GOINQ NORTH.
No. 92 C. & St. L. Lim., 6:25 n.
N. 62 St. Louis Express. 9:63
N. 94. Dixie Flyer, 6:27 p. m
No. 06 Hopkinsville Ac. 8;5R p.
No, 54 St.L. Fwt Moil, 10:20 p.
Noe. 95 and 94 will make Nos. 90
Und 91's stop3 except 94 will not stop
t Mannington and No. 95 will
Mt stop at Mannington or Empire
2(0. 53 nd 5 cunnect t 3t. Loo ind otli
Ke. SI connects at Outnne lor Mempblt it
rctat u(ar south in Erin and (or Loul.
CAadiraxtl and e Saau
No. 53 and 55 make direct cona at Gat
pie for LouIstUIc, Cincinnati and all point
nort and eait thereof. No. 53an-t55aUo ar
cccttor Memphis and war point.
0.92 runs throigh to Chicago and wlb -o
cry oassencera to point Soutn Btimmii
tfc 93 through sleepers to Atlanta, lua.
ackwnYllle, St.Anffustlne an Tamp. Fli
A3 Pullman elewera to New Orleau. O
acta at Guthrie for points East and Wei... r
SjwII not carry "ocal passeaeera for polt M.i
. J C. HOOE. Agt.
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iiniC lauiO liO, laKlllU, tUUU
Sunday. March 10. 1912
No. 12 Leave Hopkinsville 6.30 a.m
Arrive Nashville... 9:45 a in
No. 14 Leave Hopkinsville 4:00 p p
Arrive Nashville.. .7:15 D n
WEST h vUND.
f No. U Leave Nashville 8:05 a n
Arrive Hopkinsville 11:20 an
Ofo. 13 Leave Nashville 5:00 p n
Arrive Hopkinsville 8:15 p.n
T. Tj. MORROW. Agen
-AGOOD PLACE TOGO
When you come to towi
Jhrino- f-.rifi familv and lei
them see the show.
Matinee Daily 2 O'clock to 52(
EVENING 7 TO 10:20
- 10 Cts
. - 5 Cts
ThA new exterminator for
Bed Bugs, Roaches, Ants and
. . . , f
ail'Otner msecta. xnuu uuiy
. ... -i .-i u..,
in a ann nevours liib uuue
w. - j.
Uf JrvfOTronfci tViP PCpra frorP
UU11b'u"vu w"w BO
iiatiching. Is convenient to
.USC UOeS not run Or Spread
fills the cracks. A
tive exterminator and pre
ventive. Made by the
Anderson-Fo w 1 e r
.1.1 J L.. r..M.n nnil rffn
T)1U uy jjrugBWWwiu ui
TS at 25c per bt. With BrUSh
Begins Sept. 2nd.
Bur4 ul Room til a month
Mm- Itdldlnff. Export Toaober
Larce Patrpng. .
lOOYEAll S ..WSINES8 COUECf
GETTING RID OF MICE
LITTLE PESTS IN A TRAP
THEIR OWN MAKING.
xpenslve Patented Snares Not In It
With the Sugar Dag, to Which
Housekeeper Hereafter Will
Pin All Her Faith.
Hflw always footfwr tbo. people who r
do light housekeeping toora than ttte
ordinary householder, probably be
cause th former In more apt to liavo
few mouM-Uglit receptacles ior ioou. ,
Various traps have bean tried by ono
couple w,ho lndulg In light house-j
keeping In a throe-room apartment,
mvs tho Phllndelnlila Record. Sorao-
tlmos, at largo Intervals, they man- j
aged to catoh one of the posts. Every
schomo of baiting and setting traps
which thoy could find or invent -was
tried and tho mlco continued to eat
everything thoy could get at, falling
back on a diet of clothes when every
bit of food had been successfully
Tho mice seemed too wise to try the
traps, no matter how fresh and well
toasted was the cheese and bacon
rind. Tho couplo was almost In de
spair, and had nearly decided upon
using poisons, to which, for sanitary
reasons, they had hesitated to resort
The mice themselves, waxing over
greedy, fell Into a trap of their own
sotting, and one has been caught
overv dav or two until now there are
rtn!v nnn nr ftcn loft.
but the nappy
housekeepers have great hopes of
catching them all.
One of tho few provisions which
had not boen stored was the sugar.
which Is bouaht In a largo, rectangu
Inr hinv Jinlrllnr Tvn Drill II (Is. Tht
cover was slit a little way at one ond ;
a uu.ti uv-usaQ mw -
and the sugar bowl filled by pouring
m 1 1. 9 a... rrTA m rr r wed
'oft out because It was thought that
rrnm mis zinHrLiiru. x nc oum
mice did not possobs a sweet tooth.
Ttion nnA rlnv wlion n larce nuantitv 1
. .... . . , nA f
or uie doxiui iiuu uocu iomU. v(
LllilU, tllU WUiUUll WFW"VM
H.asot door, to stand frightened at
poniH scramblinc sounds she heard. I
She quickly located thorn in the box J
of sugar and realized what naa nap-'
tu fnn Hicnnirafnn t no mirnr
Unv nnanltiK frntn n Rlifilf bBSiee ! '
. . . . .
vhich the box stood. She had taken
nnt so much sugar that on Its last .
ttlri the mouse. In its sudden fright.
f mn1ra T,n Tnn whlrh would !
1 "U1U iiut tuuivu wv iuwr
"-rry it through the smalt hole. Tne .
vrimnn nnlnltlv nilt a TJlOCS or SUKar
-er the opening and then carried the- j
b-c to a pail of water, into which she !
?hook the mouse.
' Several others have trapped them-,
"fives in the same way and, the worn- ,
-n declares that when they have eat- '
pn all the sugar sho will rebalt th"
rox with some more, and never, never
I onpnd any more money on paten'
A Ann irrater is better than a knife
I for removing the surface of anything
that is burned.
In washing laces that have become
stained with perspiration first wasn
them with cold water and soap, and
ifter the stains are removed pui
.hem Into warm water.
Pine plltows should be made of
Kfor'n linnn. This Is to he pre-
necessitate a thorough
Tn r.inn n. vinecar cruet put a tea-
spoonful of lye In It and then fill Itl
with water. Let this remain in u u
f. Anva nnd than rinse tne cruei;
lOt V M
nut thorouchly. wlien u wm ue per-
Mushrooms, or iooub tumuiumb
must not be eaten after
hnvlnc been allowed to get com, as.
thov aro apt to develop injurious
,r.r.nrHoa nnd become poisonous.
il tlint ia rnrikfA nr throv
I CiUUQl Oil.
away what is leu.
tt, nrrior tn clean bronze tno ar
" . . . . t.m
I tlcle Bhoula DO unmerbeu iu uumus
I tkn rubbed with a piece of
I .. .
One and one-half pint damsons, ono
auarter of a pound of brown sugar
111. X ttn.
Put the damsons wnu mv oub
tween them Into a deep earthonware
dish and put in tho middle of It n
Binall cup turned upsldo down to pre
vent the' juice from spilling; lino th
edges of the dlsn witn po trust un
- an hour ,n a 00(5
oven, serve hot at table with cream
This is tne unguun .v.
abundance of fru'-
with each portion or crust.
Larce tablespoqnJ'of butter cream"
with even cup of sugar, two ep
creamed in, one at a tlmo, two-thir.
cup of sweet mint, one even cup n
prepared flour, iwo-tmruB jup ijuh
(lour; beat wen, navor 10 muiu, ua
n a sheet in not-ioo-not oven; i'
vlth white frosting made of but''
Hh one cup powdered sugar, one i
c-nn ' butter, boning water to i
thick rete and spread ou wa'
I bake until it stops Bine1"
.Mmrll l,,r, mnn.b. Subscr.p
i it-y -a j
There's A Reason.
In selecting a Vacuum. Gleaner for
our subscribers, both old and new,
we bought the beat to bo . ftjurid in
our opinion and we thfnlr we have
choten wisely. Thtfy'a'roHo lie had
as cheap aa $1 85 and IE yoxi want
bite Ut tiiat price tfte US jUr or
der and we will have a mikhirj.for
you in a week or ten day?,
with our name on it and possibly not
the manufacturer's name. We have
good o-.es in stcck mid will be a ai
prosnective customer, makp
thorouuh comparison of 6ur machine
with any One on the market, at any
t,rjCei wo'kand mit-riti! considered,
DuTfloilitv and su.-cess m u?e, is our
VilLlili - WUl U.
. ' .
, R.VRnATM MrtiVfTH
u wnivurjui uiyjivxit.
ThH ifi rhe Evansvil'e Courier's
. . ... r -. i.
loli.t I l n, If.Keli Ml UCUIIKr UlilV
f,,r $2 00. cnvMriny t- dnily Courier
j nj , . ,(,M xmiusands cf
. , .
"UOBcnp. oiw are ,10a- iiuu:K rtmveu
ForSaVBW. H COR&CO
n. 0. Wright
J C. Johnson
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Special Attention Given Farm
Mellow as moon
light, pure as sun- Wj
light, rich as gold.
An honest whisky
in intention, method
of making, aging
I and bottling.
buolil roll label
GEO. A. PIOKEL Si CQ.
Isjueo A, U1CK0I oj
GREAT FORCE OF DYNAMITE
Slinf! IxHtlK ttM Power That
Thta ExptM4v kmwh
It is the popnkr impression that
dynamite seeks tho lino of greatest
resistance. Placa n mtnntity of blnck
nowder on a rock nnd light it with a
fuse. It will Hash, simply scorch
ing tho stone, Plnco a piece of dy
namite on the same rocK, nnu the
rook will bo shattered. Ilonee. the
reasoning that dynamite follows the
line of greatest resistance. Nothing
could be, farther from the trutn,
however. Tho black nowder takes
I firo and exnlodes much more slowly
than tho dynamite, so that the clas
tic air that incloses it, as it docs
everything, gives way gradually, and
tho forco is lost in tho atmosnhere.
With dynamite, tho' explosion has
been so sudden, the attack on the
air so instantaneous, that for a frac
tion of ft second it actually resists.
Tho force of the dynamite is so tre
mendous that it cannot wait, ahd it
is turned into the rock, which, for
the instant, becomes the line of least
uu'cuinra um hum oi ifueu anti collars are given nice, smoom, ova uge. i. uv.j ... -a
-ii li; ii.5l n.. u : .. l.tnofino-m-nrAM. Our nhirt denartment
vn liiuBimiion. ojl
mav be seen durW a display of
.11. i... rj . . . ii .
uciiBfjy null ip tiiu wj juuvci niunc i
and it turns aside, to. follow the line
of least resistance. It cannot wait
for the air to yield. It is tho same
with dynamite. Harper's Weekly.
TRIUMPH FOR THE ARTIST
Woman's Comment Convfnced Hln
That He Had Really Painted a
Picture Worth While.
''Critics had praised mc, acade-
mie ,hnd granted mc exhibition
snae'e." said the artist, "still I was
modest enough to think M wasn't any
great shakes as a painter, lhe
thing that finally convinced me that
maybe I was no dub, after all, was
the- remark of a woman who knew a
good deal more about bargain coun
ters than, she knew about art. one
strfdiod a nicture that had made
critics overwork their vocabulary in
praisme it and her only, comment
was: 'iuv. I'll bet the- Henrietta
cloth in that woman's tea; gown cost
every cent of $2.50 a yardlf
"Just as a matter of curiosity I
looked wd mv model and' found that
the dress she wore had cost just that
vara. Then I knew that I had
been nifted with the divine fire. To
denict values so faithfully that ex-
. ...... .. .
penenced shoppers can tell the cost
i . "...
of the cloth you naint seems to be
hitting old art up at a: pretty livelj
STOPPED THE RUNAWAY.
"With extraordinary bravery a man
named fuddle, employed! as a porter
London, England, the other day sue-
ceeacd in stopping a runaway iour-
m-hand brake, at JMaidstone. bee
insr the nlitrht of the Tjassencers of
the coach Ruddle leaped from the
roadway to tho box of tho runaway
brake and four an sought to pull
tho horses up, but they were mad-
. dened with fear and pulled him
from the box on their backs. He
fell between the galloping animals,
and the onlookers felt sure he wouw
be crushed to death, but ho re
gained his position' with wonderful
njrihtv. and at length succeeded ir
bringing the horses to a standstill.
WOULD BE FORTHCOMING.
"I thought vom'advertised green
nenB fresh from the. warden."
T Awl O A;iffnH iha. fnrmn.
x uiu, uuuiitvu . wtw 1UUUV4
tinrvniilv ' .
ncrVOUSiy, ' . '
fWhv havo we-npho on the ta-
jjj0p r .
'T3o natient. The neas aro here,
all right, but r misplaced the car
USEFUL jAS; A TRAP.
"Mamma, what's tho matter with
the ton of crandpa's head?"
"'Sh, dear rj He's asleep, and he
has been swatting mes without Know-
HE'LL BE AN EDITOR.
"Is there, anything you can do beU
tcr thnn any one elser'
"Yes." renlied tho small boy. "I
kin read mv own writing." Chris-
Belle T don't seo what good theso
, ! iiic3 are ever going to do me,
H.i:jh-Well, you'll find out
' t n bu; down in the
across tne su-y. xi pacKs xne air so We &VQ flower8 f0r all occasions. Kememner tnac u yo uuy w suu
.1 i.. ii.i. :i i i, . . j . i..,i, umi rob, r.no Hiitino' A ii pus t andan-
'" f . ,,r lack.
One of the Number of Metcalfe
m. l. e .m
iBH H 1 CUt V mcLUSlic o lion
npr httln2, .11 fold collars be so
and exillars are given nice, smooth,
iu collar 10 cracK ur nrei. in uui nuuui,.,, . , . i... t
is one which we feel proud of ; not only
irat IOr ill WOrin Ul CUUlJUli ijuuno,
nrW mnori f ha Avainn is finished,
hnore 80 into theAvalon.a place of
DR. R. L BRADLEY,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
8th, het. Main and Water Sta. -
Office Phone, 211. . .
Night Fhone, VlK v '
Night Phone Home, 1479. ;.
PRmnvpH with" MnT.F.SOrTF.
matter how large or how far
the skin. And they will never return ana no trace or
scar will be left. MOLESOFtf is applied directly to the
lwm.F. nr WART. which entirelv disappears in about six
days.killiog the germ and
MOLESOFF is put up
CriiCJl UJlUp lo JUifTtnuuu pvbaiuwu. ivnivuk w m r
accompanied by full directioiw; and contains enough remedy to remove eight or ten ordinary
MriT.P!5 oWA Wo sell MOLESOFF Undera nositivo GUARANTEE ir Itfails to remoyo
your MOLE:0-R WART, .ve will promptly refund
know, together with much Yahiablo luformation,
. . . .. . . ..
Guaranteed by thenonua jjismuuung
Please mention this paper
F ED D 0
Office Phone 733
The Wilson Campaign Fund j
The Kentuckian will publish the
names of all subscribers to tne na-
ional Democratic campaign fund as
the money is received. It will be
transmitted to the National Treas
urer' Ro,,a. Well9. wl? wi.M ..s'nd
ach contributor a handsomely ntno-
- , , ,
Auaress an suDScriptions to me
.i..m n : T?..A i
V1'80" whiupuibh imiuu,
tni3 paper. XViaKe cnequea payciuiu
to that fund, bend m your suDscrip.
To The Editor Op The Kentuckian:
A a n VialiovAt- in thfl nrnoTPsaivo
in the candidacy of Woodrow Wilson for president, of the United
States, and to the end i hat he may take theoffic free-handed, un
trammeled, and obligated to none but the people of the country, I
wish to contribute mrougn you,
Treasurer, the sum of '.s
A "Want Ad." in our "Pre-
f erred Locals"
Pmunorltv Rhnnr. which 13 croine
. , i . , , . "
ironed that tie slides well in collar,
li work done ngnt nut me
on " r" L A
the Drofits from tho biMiness, ana
pleasure for Hopkmsville Hnd.sur-
Treats all diseases of domesticated
f!fifnllv -nnfl nprfnrma
a a qperat5on3 Unown t0::the Veteri-
nary : profession.- Special . attention
iven t0 tne shoeing of horses with
wtihout Dain or dangerJno
raised above the surface of
leaving the skin smooth and
only in One Dollar bottles.
tho dollar. Letterarfrom personagea wo al
will bo mailed iree upon'requesi.
. , . t . . 1 i Tt A -1. T nv
uo. unacir irariwu nuuiuii nm,.uu
Florida Distributing Company
MARTHA D. BEARD, D. O
Res. Phono 611.
tion at once, no matter how large or
The Democratic national campaign
for the election of Governor Wood
row Wilson as President and Gov
ernor Thomas R. Marshall as Vice
President of tho United States is the
The Finance Committee ask you to . ,
aid them in their plan of raising
campaign funds by popular subscriptions.
idpnln of cnvrnmnnt rflnresented
to oo iorwaraeu to itoim wbub,
toward the expenses of th
never fails to